Add Some Retro Charm to Your Look With a Peplum Top! | yohana

Blake Lively, Emma Watson, Jamie King 

TREND: Peplum tops
HOW TO WEAR IT: To turn heads these days, every fashionista knows you've got to have that "flare!" We're referring, of course, to the feminine silhouette from the '40s, where it's fitted throughout except for the ruffled A-line waist. The style was seen all over the spring 2012 runways, so you'll get plenty of mileage out of it. Plus, the flounce gives the illusion of an hourglass shape while hiding a multitude of sins. Celebs are popping up everywhere in peplum dresses, but we're drawn to the top versions of the must-have ladylike piece for the simple fact that you can partner it with various items to create different outfits. Just remember to pair it with something fitted and add a belt for definition. Unless you're long and lean like Jaime, we'd avoid wide-leg trousers.

Pippa Middleton’s Fay Trench Transitions to Winter Weather | yohana

Pippa MiddletonPippa Middleton
You know how some girls have the best dresses, and other ladies have a killer kicks collection (ahem, Leighton Meester)? Well, we'd like to go ahead proclaim Pippa Middleton the queen of the coats! Blame it on London's chilly weather, but the younger sis knows her way around the outerwear department.
The English babe first showed us how to style her Fay trench for milder weather by letting her gams go bare. We love how she matched her purse and bow flats to highlight the coat's contrast piping. Then, just a few days ago the single lady pulled out the same staple to dress up her wintry ensemble. A pair of black boots, tights and gloves kept the girl warm, while a camel quilted bag upped the glam factor. Since it's only November, we can't wait to see what killer coats Pippa comes out with next!

Victoria's Secret Angels Trade in Their Wings for Leggy Minis | yohana

Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio, Miranda Kerr
Last night, we saw the sexiest models walk down the runway sporting avant-garde lingerie during the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. While we were watching the pre-taped show in the comfort of our own homes (most likely in PJs!), Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio and Miranda Kerr sported hot minis to the viewing party at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Like always, the trio looked enviously sexy. Lily was the most conservative of the bunch. She opted for a raspberry-colored draped long-sleeve frock, which she paired with classic black pumps. Alessandra chose a look-at-me Balmain gold embellished dress with a plunging neckline. Unlike the two babes, Miranda bared her arms in a strapless Dolce & Gabbana leopard print-dress that had a bustier bodice. She teamed her number with a black clutch with gold studs by Stella McCartney and pointed-toe Salvatore Ferragamo pumps.

Dip-Dye Delight | yohana

Dip Dye Before and AfterAs soon as Lauren Conrad debuted mutli-colored tips, stars like Glam Fairy's Briella Calafiore fell under the dip-dye spell. I swooned too. Back in high school, I was a Manic Panic addict (sorry, Mom!)! In the last four months alone, I've been a blonde, redhead and brunette. Clearly, I'm game to switch up my 'do. Luckily, I didn't have to go to Hot Topic to get Crayola-inspired strands (well, this time).
To keep me safe from myself, I turned to the experts at Cal Martini Color Group in Beverly Hills. Even for color pros like Cal and his team, I was an interesting challenge—my ends are damaged from all those months of bleach and dye, plus my roots didn't take the last time I used box color. Light roots, dark ends and shiny red undertones? Not cute or easy to fix.
But the salon's dip-dye pro, Christine McConnell, came to my rescue. First, she mixed together a rich brunette hue to darken my roots and correct my tri-colored mane. Then, stylist Kate Pierovich jumped in to help, and the two applied Christine's unique "teasing" technique. They took two-inch wide strands of hair and pushed the top layers up into knots. Only the longest pieces are left out to bleach, allowing for the best gradual gradation.
Christine watched the foils carefully to make sure she could lift my hair without damaging it, and after about 50 minutes, it was successfully (and safely!) bleached. Time to pick a color! While many opt for pink, a pretty choice on brunettes and blondes, Christine loves the challenge of blue hair because it's surprising and looks striking against a bright sky. She also said it would make my eyes pop, and who am I to question the experts?
My hair was dark to begin with, so the whole process took about three-and-a-half hours. Lighter brunettes can be done in two, and lucky blondes just 45 minutes. The time in the chair was worth it, especially because of the salon's relaxed environment. There were no egos, and I felt very comfortable with the stylists. The Hershey's Dark Chocolate Kisses in a martini glass? Added bonus. In the end, I had mermaid-like ocean-hued locks.
My day wouldn't have been complete without a makeover to fit my new hue. Makeup artist Denice Tousche lined the lower rims of my eyes with marine blue shadow and layered a shimmery white powder on my lids. She finished off the look with pale pink lips. While it's important to keep the colors complementary—orange looks great with blue hair and green shines against purple 'dos—Denice admitted that the more fun you have, the better!
Want to try dip-dye? Gradations of brown and blonde are a great way to ease into the look. Ombré tips like mine provide a pop of color in long layers. Then there's the extreme "runway" route, a stark contrast between the natural hair color and a sharp line of bold color.
Since dip-dye is versatile, all of the looks are achieveable and rely more on your comfort level than a particular hair type. While the super curly should steer clear, it works well with on wavy or straight hair of any length. Christine recommends washing hair just twice a week to keep the color vibrant and your scalp healthy. The hues last about a month, so if you're in need of a recharge, the salon can send you home with a small bottle or you can opt for a new glaze (about $55 per visit).

essica Simpson Shows Off Baby Bump In Skin-Tight Red Dress | yohana

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson is giving "pregnancy glow" a whole new meaning. The mama-to-be stepped out for the Footwear News Achievement Awards in New York City looking happier than we've ever seen her!
The fashion mogul was at the Museum of Modern Art fête to present licensing partner Vince Camuto with the Brand of the Year award, and her outfit did not disappoint.
Jessica has admitted that she'd rather wear tight clothing than a muumuu, so it wasn't a big surprise to see her rubbing her growing belly in a skin-tight, brick red Donna Karan dress with a faux wrap-waist. After all, this is the girl who announced her pregnancy while dressed up like amummy for Halloween.
The 31-year-old paired the frock with plum YSL pumps and stunning diamond twirl earrings, letting her baby bump get all the attention. She completed her look with a glam half-up 'do with cascading waves and deep purple nails. Jessica isn't letting anything stop her chic pregnancy streak from holding strong!

Victoria Beckham's Chic Baby-Toting Style | yohana

Victoria Beckham, Harper BeckhamBaby on board! The effortlessly stylish way Victoria Beckham totes her Harper Seven around, you'd think a baby was the new It bag. Looks like a fourth child hasn't broken her stride considering how she strutted through LAX yesterday en route to the British Fashion Awards. Posh once declared the airport was her runway, and we have to agree with her! She looked catwalk ready, sashaying in suede Louboutin boots and placing one hand in her pocket while balancing Harper on her hip. Heaven forbid a practical stroller obscure her ensemble!

Exclusive Discount: Save 20 Percent On Feminine Designs! | yohana

Saivana Ashley Dress
One look at Saivana's Ashley dress—with it's gorgeous pale aqua color, romantic drapery and stunning embellishments—and it's easy to see why we (and plenty of starlets) are hopelessly in love with the line.
After their success producing private collections for European designers, like fashion groundbreakers Isabel Marant, Dries Van Noten and Max Mara, the brand's creative team launched their own line filled with timeless and affordable pieces that easily transition from day to night. The designs include blouses, tunics and scarves—all worthy of the girlie style maven.

Which Sexy Brit Is Too Far Out on the Fringe? | yohana

Guess WhoSome gals can make a dress out of anything. Selita Ebanks can make one out of a Swiffer. Rebecca Hall can make one out of a screen door. Gaga can make one out of meat, or Muppets. And this chickie, well, she's just made one out of a fringy lampshade she found down at the going-out-of-business sale at Madame Jojo's House of Pleasure. Do not fault her for this decision; we're in a recession, remember.

mystyle Q&A: Kendall and Kylie Jenner | yohana

Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner
mystyle caught up with Keeping up with the Kardashian's youngest stars, sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, at the Forever 21 for Hello Kitty Launch Party at Los Angeles' Hollywood & Highland complex to get the scoop on their fave pieces, plus their fashion and beauty secrets!

WTF! Salma Hayek Thinks a Halter Underneath a Vest Looks Good | yohana

Salma Hayek
Salma Hayek
Like Janet Jackson, Salma Hayek often tones down her insanely curvaceous bod with menswear-inspired looks. So, it wasn't startling to see her borrow from Ms. Jackson's masculine-chic repertoire with a layered halter.
During the promotional tour for her new flick Puss In Boots, the Mexican actress incorporated the unique styling into her outfit twice. She also added her own twist by wearing the halter, which served as a pop of color to her all-black YSL suit (yes, even the wife of the man who heads up various designer brands wears pieces more than once!), underneath a vest. Janet simply wore hers with a blazer. Salma debuted the look with a pink version at a photo call in Buenos Aires a couple of weeks ago. She accessorized the sleeveless ensemble with a gold cuff. For the movie's London premiere on Thursday, she opted for a mint halter. That time, her look was costumey. She had on a bowler hat and tuxedo jacket, and, once again, rocked a gold accent in the form of a small clutch.

Soiree Style: Elizabeth Olsen & Felicity Jones Get Retro in Gotham | yohana

Elizabeth Olsen, Felicty Jones
Elizabeth Olsen dazzled (more than her twin sisters ever could!) in an elegant nude-cream Valentino embroidered gown, while Felicity Jones embodied cool-chic in an aqua Proenza Schouler halter sheath dress that featured a monochromatic belt and buttons with a hint of zebra (we die!). The common denominator? The actresses's looks definitely had a retro vibe going on. Lizzie's was old Hollywood glam and Felicity's was more '50s housewife.
Felicity, who was just named the face of D&G, beat out Liz in the breakthrough actor category, but both gorgeous newcomers are already fashion pros in our book!

Kate Hudson and Kate Moss: The Good, the Bad and the Mesh! | yohana

Kate MossBoth Kate Hudson and Kate Moss took to London town for the British Fashion Awards last night. The blond beauties showed off their stunning bods by sporting daring, mesh designs. Hudson donned a Stella McCartney one-shoulder, fitted frock that featured a tasteful embroidered-and-sheer side detail. She completed the look with dewy makeup and a top knot. Moss' mesh was more risqué, extending from her neck to the floor. The model teamed up the black-and-nude gown with cream pointy pumps, a winged eye and red lip. Although we applaud Moss for being different, her outfit was a total mess. No one should look like they're caught in fishnet stockings!

Top Steal: Save 30 Percent On This Luxe Metallic Cardigan! | yohana

Express Metallic Cardi
Trying to work a fierce but feminine look into your autumn rotation? Check out this metallic mesh cardigan from Express that's been knocked down to only $42! This luxe cardi has a sparkly mesh weaving, an open crew neck and full sleeves. The metallic tone gives the sweater an edgy look that can easily be teamed with what's already in your wardrobe.
This button-down cardi can be dressed up and down with little effort and is a perfect staple for fall layering. It can be worn with a black tank, dark denim jeans and black ankle boots for work or if you need an ensemble that's more risqué for a night partying away, wear the sheer cardi with a black bandeau top and tuck it in a mini skirt. Either way, you'll love this sexy, modern take on a fall basic!

Get Ready to Razzle-Dazzle in a Sequined Stripe Dress! | yohana

Paula Abdul, Kerry Washington, Julie Bowen
HOW TO WEAR IT: It's that time of the year again when all that glitters is gold! Lately, celebs have been braving the festive, winter air with a sequined stripe long-sleeve dress. The covered arms add a layer of protection from the cold (it's not much, but at least it's something!), while the sparkly pattern screams "holiday." Whether you go with colorblock or finer lines, we recommend investing in one made out of sweater material for extra warmth. Simply pair it with knee-high boots during the day, then kick it up a notch with pumps at night.

Which Rock and Roll Fashion Maven Is Hitting the Hay a Little Too Early? | yohana

Guess WhoIt's bedtime! And if you're a member of the fashion elite, that means you wiggle out of your size negative eight Versace dress and your concave bra and slip into carpet pajamas? Sure. Yes. Why the heck not. Because when you're a member of a musical elite family—which this wearer is—and you're also one of the most sought-after designers in the world—which this wearer also is—it's not like anyone is going to say "girl, take that mess off" to your face. But seriously. Girl, take that mess off.